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22.11.2013 @ 13:39
Sirnaq said:Maybe it's manticore instead of gryphon? ›››
I think so. You can see the scorpion's tail in the gif.
22.11.2013 @ 13:02They might be saving the super detailed and lavish designs for select pieces of high-end gear, to provide a sense of gradation.
And even if they aren't, I'm fine with it. A witcher shouldn't be prancing around in enough tassels and embroidery to make an elf jealous.
11.11.2013 @ 14:15
ReptilePZ said:The end of this video?
Haha, yes. Thanks!
11.11.2013 @ 10:39The first gameplay video I saw of The Witcher featured Geralt getting drunk and passing out and them explaining you could lose money that way. Can't find it anywhere though.
30.10.2013 @ 07:49CD Projekt have to work with what they have available. A publisher that's tolerant to no DRM, no pre-order/paid DLC, won't force integration with his digital store and has the clout to move AAA titles to a whole continent is a rare, rare catch. And even if you find one, hundreds of other things could go wrong.
Personally, I think a THQ partnership would've been great. Its last president, Jason Rubin, came directly from the trenches, was open-minded and outspoken about studio independence, but the cards were rigged. UDraw was a deadly blow to the company, NB took away their TW2 deal, and court auctioned off the company before it was time for TW3. But the really sad thing is a person like Rubin would never have been put in charge of a AAA publisher, unless shit had hit the fan in the first place.
So that's that. Hopefully the events surrounding TW2 have tempered the relationship and this time NB will have more confidence in the game to compete without DLC and DRM, while CDP have better legal protection.
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